The Most Expensive Homes blog gives precedence to its latest article by displaying the second part to the most expensive real estates that are currently for sale in the vibrant and cosmopolitan, New York City. Expect to see even more gigantic houses and penthouses and there will be no shortage of luxury and glamour, so take a look.
Jean Nouvel’s MoMA tower has two magnificent floors listed for $63 million. The duplex highlights four bedrooms and bathrooms and offers 360-degree views to the wonders of Manhattan.
After a period of controversy, the five-bedrooms/bathrooms Pierre Hotel duplex is back in the market for $60 million with the 30th and 31st floors up for sale.
Located in Ralph Walker’s Art Deco tower, now known as the 100 Barclay, the enormous duplex penthouse features plenty of thrilling details, including 21-feet arched windows and a living room that has the same size of an NBA Basketball court.
Created by SHoP Architects, the super lean 7,000-square-foot penthouse features some of the most spectacular design features, including a great room with the 14-foot-tall ceilings, floor-to-ceiling windows, Gaggenau appliances in the kitchen, and a master bathroom finished with white onyx and featuring a polished nickel bathtub.
Tommy Hilfiger’s Plaza duplex penthouse returned to the market at the discounted price of $50 million. The 5,600-square-foot apartment features a domed tea room with an original hand-painted mirror by Hilary Knight, a terrace overlooking Central Park and four bedrooms with various themes.
Designed by Rafael Viñoli, this astonishing 10,000 sqft townhouse is comprised of seven floors. Last month, the property was listed for $50 million. What’s the most distinctive part of the house is its façade that is made up partly of curved glass.
Spread out over an astounding 12,000 square feet of space, “the ultimate trophy duplex penthouse” comes with eight bedrooms, nine bathrooms, two wood-burning fireplaces, and six terraces. The house is also completed with luxe finishes and a plethora of closets.
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Source: NY Curbed